1800 – Born on September 22nd in Stoke near Portsmouth. English botanist. 1807 – At the age of seven he can speak French, German and Russian, and Swedish. 1823 – A visit to London, brought him into contact with the brilliant circle of English botanists. 1826 – Bentham’s Catalogue des Plantes Indigènes des Pyrénées was ..
1851 – Born on the 16th of March in Amsterdam, Netherlands. – Studied chemical engineering at the Delft Polytechnic. – Established the Delft School of Microbiology. – He is most famous as the founder of virology. He discovered viruses, by proving in filtration experiments that the tobacco mosaic disease ..
1699 – John Bartram was born 23rd of May in Darby, Pennsylvania. – Founded the 12 acres Bartram Botanical Gardens in Kingsessing on the bank of the Schuylkill and cited as the first in America. 1742 – One of the co-founders, with Benjamin Franklin, of the American Philosophical Society. 1765 – George III ..
English naturalist, botanist and science patron. 1743 – Born on the 13th of february in London, England. 1751 – Joseph was educated at Harrow School. 1756 – Educated and graduated at Eton College. 1760 – Enrolled as a gentleman-commoner at Oxford University. 1764 – He paid Cambridge botanist Israel Lyons to deliver a series of ..
1910 – Born in Brooklyn, New York, on the 16th of July. 1933 – Received B.A., at University of California, Berkeley. 1934-1936 – Works for the California Forest Service. 1936 – Received his M.A., in UC Berkeley. 1938 – Received his Ph.D., UC Berkeley. 1939-1941 – Research fellow, U.S. National Museum. 1942-1946 – Photo interpreter ..
1553 – Alpini was born in Venice, Italy on November 23, 1553. 1568 – He joined the Milanese Army. 1574 – Alpini studied medicine at Padua. 1758 – He received his doctor’s degree and settled as a physician in Campo San Pietro. 1580 – Went to Egypt as physician to George Emo. 1586 – Discovered ..
1831-1901 – A Swedish botanist and son of Carl Adolph Agardh also a professor of botany and practical economy. &nb..
1785 – Born on the 13th of January in Sweden. 1812 – He was appointed professor of botany and practical economy at Lund University. 1816 – He was ordained a clergyman and received two parishes as "Prebend" (a post connected to an Anglican or Catholic cathedral). 1817 – He was a representative in ..
1757 – Born on the 10th of October in Gavle, Sweden. 1773 – He matriculated at Uppsala University and was one of the last of the students of Linnaeus. 1782 – He later worked for the Royal Academy of Sciences in Stockholm and completed his medical studies at Lund University. 1785 – He was ..